Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Iron age, Iron age Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=qtoBAAAAYAAJ&oe=UTF-8
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of California and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topic: Iron age Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=zNBAAAAAIAAJ&oe=UTF-8
byBritish Museum. Dept. of British and Mediaeval Antiquities and Ethnography; Read, Charles Hercules, Sir, 1857-1929
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Kroll, Stephan, 2009, "Ein Kultgerät aus Hasanlu / Iran", In: Bagley, Jennifer M. et al. (eds.), Alpen, Kult und Eisenzeit: Festschrift für Amei Lang zum 65. Geburtstag, Internationale Archäologie: Studia honoraria XXX, Rahden/Westf: Verlag Marie Leidorf GmbH,pp. 517-521. Source: http://lmu-munich.academia.edu/StephanKroll/Papers/1565655/2009_Kroll_Kultgerat_aus_Hasanlu Topics: Iranian Archaeology, Iron Age, Hasanlu
Available from OAPEN Library: http://www.oapen.org/search?identifier=613360 Volume 22 in the series Verhandelingen van het Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde Topics: Indonesia, Bronze age, Iron age
Muscarella, Oscar White, 2012, "Hasanlu and Urartu", In: Kroll Stephen et al. (eds.), Biainili-Urart: The proceedings of the symposium held in Munich 12-14 October 2007 / Tagungsbericht des Münchner Symposiums 12.-14. Oktober 2007, Acta Iranica LI, Leuven: Peeters Publishers, pp. 265-279 + colour plate iv. Topics: Iranian Archaeology, Iron Age, Hasanlu, Urartu
Sir Mortimer Wheeler's rejoinder to a review of his book, Verulamium: a Belgic and Two Roman Cities (1936). The review was written by J.N.L. Myers, and published in Antiquity (1938) v. 12: 16-25. Wheeler's reply is published in the same issue. Topic: Verulamium "Roman Britain" Iron Age Britain"
Dyson Jr., Robert H., 1965, "Notes on Weapons and Chronology in Northern Iran around 1000 B. C.", In: Mellink, Machteld (ed.), Dark Ages and Nomads c. 1000 B. C.: Studies in Iranian and Anatolian archaeology, Istanbul: Nederlands Historisch-Archaeologisch Instituut, pp. 32-45, pls. ix-xi. Source: http://www.hasanlu.org/Hasanlu%20Articles/Dyson-%20Notes%20on%20Weapons%20and%20Chronology%20in%20Northern%20Iran%20around%201000BC%20%281965%29%20.pdf Topics: Iranian Archaeology, Iron Age, Chronology, Weapons
Fahimi, Hamid, 2011, "Distribution of Iron Age pottery in the southern part of the Central Plateau of Iran; Report on the archaeological site of Milājerd, Natanz", In: Vatandous, Abdolrasool et al. (eds.), Early Mining and Metallurgy on the Western Central Iranian Plateau The first five years of work, Archäologie in Iran und Turan IX, Eurasien-Abteilung des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts Außenstelle Teheran, Mainz: Verlag Philipp von Zabern, pp. 499-521. Uploaded by: Mehrdad... Topics: Iranian Archaeology, Iron Age, Central Iran, Milājerd, Natanz
Albion: the earliest history is the first fascicule of a series entitled Iron Age Britain: External relations. It discusses the earliest classical references to Britain from Pytheas to Julius Caesar. Topics: Albion, Iron Age Britain, Pytheas, Massiliote Periplus, Ora Maritima, Cassiterides
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Ghirshman, Roman, 1979, Tombe princiere de Ziwiye et le debut de l'art animalier scythe, Paris / Leiden: diffusion E.J. Brill, 51 pp., xxii pls. Topics: Iranian Archaeology, Iron Age, Median Period, Scythians, Ziwiye
Malekzadeh, Mehrdad, 1995, "Petty Kingdom of Abdadāna in Western Media", Iranian Journal of Archaeology and History, Vol. 9, No. 2, Serial No. 18, pp. 39-47. [in Persian] Topics: Iranian Archaeology, Iron Age, Abdadāna, Western Media, Median Period
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Fahimi, Hamid, 2010, "An Iron Age Fortress in Central Iran; Archaeological Investigations in Shamshirgah, Qom, 2005. Preliminary Report", In: Matthiae, Paolo et al.(eds.), Proceedings of the 6th International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East May, 5th-10th 2008, "Sapienza" - Università di Roma Volume 2 Excavations, Surveys and Restorations: Reports on Recent Field Archaeology in the Near East, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, pp. 165-183. Uploaded by:... Topics: Iranian Archaeology, Iron Age, Central Iran, Shamshirgah, Qom
MARCIAL TENREIRO-BERMÃDEZ: Review HENDERSON, JON C.: THE ATLANTIC IRON AGE. SETTLEMENT AND IDENTITY IN THE FIRST MILLENIUM B. C. Gallaecia nÂº 28, 2009, pp. 221-222 Topics: Atlantic Iron Age, Late Bronze Age, Archaeology, Prehistory, Celtic languages
Malekzadeh, Mehrdad, 1994, "Andia: A Petty Kingdom in Grand Media and Metalworks of Marlik", Iranian Journal of Archaeology and History, Vol. 8, No. 2, Serial No. 16, pp. 12-18. [in Persian] Topics: Iranian Archaeology, Iron Age, Andia, Northern Iran, Metalworks, Marlik, Median Period
The name of God being attached to weapons and war seem to be an oxymoron or even sacrilegious. Yet, the Bible presents God as a “God of war.” How so? What was the mentality and worldview of the Ancient Near Eastern people that necessitated God being presented as One who is involved with war? This article explored this phenomenon in the biblical stories of the military match-up (or mismatch) between the technologically and militarily advanced Philistines and the peasant army of ancient... Topics: War, War Theories, Weapons, Philistines, Arms Control, Iron Age I, Metalworking
Actas del VI Encuentro de Jovenes Investigadores en Hist. Antigua, Univ. Complutense, Madrid / VI Conference of Young Researchers in Ancient History, Complutense University, Madrid Topics: law, war, juridical symbolism, germanic warrior, rite de passage, Tacitus germania, comitatus, iron...
Malekzadeh, Mehrdad, 2003, "Median Blade in the Scabbard of Sialk Warriors", Iranian Journal of Archaeology and History, Vol. 17, No. 1, Serial No. 33, pp. 17-33. [in Persian] Topics: Iranian Archaeology, Iron Age, Central Iran, Sialk, weapons, Akinakes, Median Period
Malekzadeh, Mehrdad, 2004, "La grande construction" of Sialk; A Construction from Median Period or Ziggurat of Sun!, supplement of: Archaeognosy (Bâstânpazhuhi), No. 12, 2004, 52 pp., Teheran [in Persian]. Topics: Iranian Archaeology, Iron Age, Central Iran, Sialk, La grande construction, Ziggurat, Median Period
Article by Elizabeth Moore on bronze and iron age sites in Upper Myanmar (Burma), published in the SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research 1.1 (Spring 2003). Topics: Elizabeth Moore, Burma, Myanmar, SBBR, SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research, bronze age, iron age, SOAS
Justice League Action upon The Transconsciousness Articulator This time we revisit the Joe Kelly/ChrisCross issues if JLA #s 83 (September, 2003) and 90 (January, 2004) covering fantasy stories involving the World's Finest Trinity versus George Bush President Lex Luthor, as well as Diana and Bruce considering the possibility of a romantic relationship. It's supposed to be a Martian device facilitating this, but i sure sounds like more of a Paradise Island or Kryptonian sort of thing. Then,... Topics: Justice League Action, Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, JLA, Animation, Elseworlds, Iron Age, WWTV,...
PhD dissertation; 1999; Dept. of Anglo-Saxon, Norse, & Celtic; Faculty of English; University of Cambridge. Abstract/Summary: Some recent studies concerning early medieval Europe have suggested that Scandinavia and Francia represented two ideological poles with which other populations within the Germanic world might have intended to align themselves. While such a view sometimes may be useful, it may also over-simplify a more complex situation. Scandinavians must have recognised cultural... Topics: Beowulf, Germanic, Gudme, Iron Age, Scandinavia, Scylding, Viking Age, Historical Legend,...
Bivar, Adrian David Hugh, 1971, "Hoard of Ingot-Currency of the Median Period from Nūsh-i Jān, near Malayir", Iran IX, pp. 97-111. Topics: Iranian Archaeology, Iron Age, Median Period, Nūsh-i Jān, Ingot-Currency
The Easy Path to Perfection is to become "Bodiless in a Second" Bapdada continues to advise his children that they should make perfect the practice of becoming "bodiless in a second". Bapdada has explained that this is the practice of becoming incorporeal by adopting your "eternal form of the soul" and meeting Him in the Supreme region or Soulâs World in a second. From here, you can then adopt your subtle form or inner body of white light and meet with Him and... Topic: Bapdada drill, Swadarsan Chakra, Spinning the Wheel, Eternal Time, Golden Age, Silver Age, Cupper...
Welcome to Bapdada divine drill in telugu, Why does Bapdada order this drill? Bapdada says that many obstacles and difficulties will come as you make effort to become complete and attain perfection so that He can raise the "flag of revelation". These obstacles and difficulties take the gross as well as the subtle forms and are called "test papers". Baba says it is important that the children recognize these "test papers" from a distant or as soon as they appear.... Topic: Swadarsan Chakra, Spinning the Wheel, Eternal Time, Golden Age, Silver Age, Cupper Age, Iron Age,...